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GNCC UTV Race - The Ironman

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A four series UTV race to create a series’ champion!

The final race finishes the series at the Ironman GNCC on October 25. It will run for 60 minutes and begin at 4:30 p.m.

The UTV Series will feature four classes, the same ones used at the Ironman last October. The classes are:

0-700 cc Limited

0-700cc Modified

701-850cc Limited

701-850cc [...]

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